We offer a number of activities for members at our Learning & Development Centre in Kirkintilloch. All activities are free to attend so why not come along, meet new people and have some fun.
For more information or to sign up to any activities below please contact our Development Officer Gillian Mooney email@example.com
All activities are free however, we do require you use your own guide hours if support is required. Alternatively, please feel free to attend with a friend or family member.
Every Friday afternoon a group of Deafblind people get together on Zoom for Bingo. We have members joining us from all over Scotland. We would love to welcome you too. Get in touch with Gillian so we can post out your bingo cards – Dabbers at the ready!
Join Zoom Bingo every Friday from 2-3pm.
Zoom Creative Writing
Get your creative juices going by putting pen to paper. Our weekly zoom creative writing classes will lead you through some short writing exercises and the opportunity to develop a bigger piece of work. There’s a story in all of us so why not join us and discover yours.
Creative Writing is every Wednesday at 1045-1145.
For details on both online classes please get in touch with Gillian by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you been to a SAGOD meeting recently? SAGOD is the Scottish Advisory Group on Deafblindness, and they meet 4 times a year.
There are always interesting speakers, you can meet other deafblind people and lunch is provided.
The dates for 2020 are:
4 March at Deafblind Scotland. Topics include speakers from Social Security Scotland and Disability Assistance, Welfare Rights.
Meetings start at 10.30am for tea and coffee then meeting is from 11am to 3pm.
Do you have any topics that you would like discussed or any speakers you would like to hear from?
Please let us know your ideas and the SAGOD Organising Group will discuss them.
A trained councillor from the Butterfly project will work closely with you to explore individual and personal challenges you face. Together decide the changes you wish to make in your life to improve your mental and physical wellbeing. Through 1 to 1 sessions you will be offered solutions and methods to help. This class is led by a BSL interpreter. We only have 4 places for this 1 to 1 support so if you are interested or have more questions get in touch with Gillian Mooney directly.